With another patch being released by Bethesda for Fallout 76 it makes you think why was the game released in the first place. Todd Howard took shots at the community at E3 implying that people were exaggerating the amount of bugs in previous Fallout games but Fallout 76 turned out to be the worst of them all.
Within a month of release, Bethesda had to send out patches so big that they were almost the same size of the game. Now comes another patch today, which addresses more than 150 bug fixes according to Bethesda and ‘similarly’ to the December 11 patch it will be released on PC first with consoles following next week. The patch is scheduled to go live on January 10 at 9am ET.
Bethesda said “Last week we mentioned that we would be starting the new year with new patches” (Please don’t say it like its a milestone for the Development team) “The first of those will be coming January 14. Like the December 11 update, this patch will address many issues raised by the community as well as continue focus on improving performance and stability”
The patch notes will become available as soon as the patch is released. Few of the things that the patch will address are issues with several Challenges and quests, various fixes to a number of Perks and weapons along with tackling various exploits.
Bethesda said that this will not be the only patch for this month as they were looking forward to releasing another one later this month.
“We will continue to keep you updated as we move forward with more patches, new content, and new additions to Fallout 76” Thank you Bethesda, looking forward to all the future patch updates so that I can spend all my bandwidth downloading them.
Keeping the Patch sage aside, Bethesda had previously announced that anyone who logged into the full release of Fallout 76 on any platform in 2018 will receive the Fallout Classic Collection on PC and as of today, all user entitlements have been granted so even if you play on PlayStation and Xbox you can go over to your PC and download the decade old games for PC. Read the entire article here